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Which DNA Library Prep Kit for Ion Torrent Should I Choose?

Christine Sumner, Fiona J. Stewart, Eileen Dimalanta, Elizabeth A. Young & New England Biolabs

Why is My Restriction Enzyme Not Cutting DNA?

Yvette A. Luyten, Deana D. Martin, Elizabeth A. Young & New England Biolabs

DNA Replication with a Proofreading Polymerase

Ben P. Huntley, Breton Hornblower, Elizabeth A. Young, Tasha Jose & New England Biolabs

5 Tips for Setting Up Your PCR

Melanie Fortier, Nicole M. Nichols, Elizabeth A. Young & New England Biolabs

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Erle Ellis

Cloning With Restriction Enzymes

Elizabeth A. Young, Yvette A. Luyten, Jeremy Foster, Ana Egana, Eric J., Penny F. Devoe, Tasha Jose & New England Biolabs

Researcher perspectives on publication and peer review of data

John Kratz & Carly Strasser
Data ``publication'' seeks to appropriate the prestige of authorship in the peer-reviewed literature to reward researchers who create useful and well-documented datasets. The scholarly communication community has embraced data publication as an incentive to document and share data. But, numerous new and ongoing experiments in implementation have not yet resolved what a data publication should be, when data should be peer-reviewed, or how data peer review should work. While researchers have been surveyed extensively regarding...

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